The proletariat grew rapidly and soon became one of the main classes in society. At the same time, the number and role in society of another class – the industrial bourgeoisie – increased. Contradictions grew between these main classes of society. At the early stage of the development of capitalism (this stage is even called “wild capitalism”), many entrepreneurs forced workers to work in difficult conditions, without the necessary rest. At their own discretion, they increased the amount of work, and tried to pay workers as little as possible. The working day could last 12 or more hours; women and children worked in factories along with men. Wages were extremely low, and working and living conditions were sometimes unbearable. All this in the era of “wild capitalism” was experienced by the proletarians of Great Britain, and the first.
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